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Toyon Found On Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks. Photo Courtesy Of Keir Morse.
Plant Materials

Toyon, known for its bright red berries that grow during the fall and winter seasons, is a plant common in the area, so you’ve probably already seen it if you’ve been out on the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks.

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A Small Population Of Sahara Mustard.
Invasive Species Control

Winter rains and spring sunshine bring a variety of lush greenery and brightly colored flowers to the Irvine Ranch Natural…

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Invasive Species Control

There are a wide variety of native species on the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks that are crucial to maintaining a…

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Plant Species

A bright, beautiful shrub species, the woollyleaf ceanothus (Ceanothus tomentosus) is part of the Buckthorn family and is commonly found…

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Plant Species

Native plants on the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks This Saturday, April 17 marks the beginning of California Native Plant Week,…

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Plant Species

​The first day of spring is just around the corner, meaning the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks will be full of…

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Plant Species

Many visitors to the Irvine Ranch Natural Landmarks get an instant mood boost from seeing the beautiful springtime colors of…

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